What institution you know better represents the effects of the wealth disparity in the United States than the healthcare system? According to staysmartstayhealthy.com in the 1920's there wasn't much knowledge about medicine and insurance, causing the doctors not to charge expensively. As doctors grew more knowledge about different diseases and treatments, they started to charge more money. There are millions of people who can't afford health care and those that can do not get the quality of care they deserve. The House passed the Senate Bill with a 219-212 vote on March 21. 2010. There were 34 Democrats and all 178 Republicans voted against it. The following day the Republicans chose to appeal the bill, it was signed into law by the president on March 23, 2010. Then it upheld the Supreme Court on June 28, 2012. This Bill was called "Obamacare," ( The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act). .
Republicans and Democrats have been working and focusing on trying to create laws that will reform the American healthcare system for years. Over the last century every president has proposed healthcare reform unsuccessfully. In U.S. history this is the first attempt since the 1960's, when president Lyndon B. Johnson created public Medicare and Medicaid. This was created to help the prisoners and the poor. President Bill Clinton also tried in 1993, but was unsuccessful at doing so. The objective of this law is to change the United States wellbeing frameworks by giving and enhancing access to quality and moderate human services, medical coverage and reducing so as to give American subjects more rights and securities healthcare consumption for both people and the legislature. The law additionally goes for growing private and open protection coverage, and, controlling the protection business. On this note, this present paper will talk about how Obamacare functions, its advantages and disadvantages.